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CrowzNest

CrowzNest 2.4036

CrowzNest automatically uploads files to remote folders on any device that you may connect to using FTP/SSL/SFTP/WebDav. Simply setup local folders as Hot Folders and link them to one or more remote destinations. CrowzNest will monitor the HotFolder for...

Cyberduck

Cyberduck 6.4.1 updated

Cyberduck is an open source FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, Cloud Files and Amazon S3 browser for the Mac. It features an easy to use interface with quickly accessible bookmarks. The outline view of the browser allows to browse large folder structures efficiently and...

Deliver Express

Deliver Express 2.6.5 updated

Deliver Express is a solution to automatically send and share files across the Internet and local networks. Deliver Express processes files automatically from watched hot folders and offers automatic e-mail notifications, multi-destination transfer,...

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Dragster

Dragster 1.1.3

Dragster is an incredibly useful application that takes the drag out of file transfers. Just drag and drop files or folders on Dragster's icon in the Dock, and away they go. Dragster can send files via eMail, upload them to remote servers, copy them to...

DropMeFTP

DropMeFTP 1.6.0

DropMeFTP does one simple thing: Upload one or more files to your FTP-Server. Just set up the appropriate folder, enter FTP-Server, User and Password. You should also set the correct URL and subfolder where to download the uploaded file. DropMeFTP...

Dynamo Moxie

Dynamo Moxie 1.0.0b8

Dynamo Moxie is an innovative FTP and SFTP client with some unique features, and a built-in automated backup system that lets you to quickly restore files that have been removed or replaced. Here are a few highlights: - Easy to use! - Lets you recover...

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EtreNet

EtreNet 1.0.4

EtreNet puts the internet in your Finder. EtreNet allows you to connect to FTP, FTPS, or SSH/SFTP servers and access them from the Finder, Terminal, or your favourite applications like any other network drive. FTP - While the Finder already...

Favorite FTP

Favorite FTP 3.2 updated

Do you still need to manually upload files you just edited? Do you still need to pickup files in different directories in order to upload them? Do you still need to check every directories in FTP server to download files your partners just updated?...